Handbook for Curates: A Late Medieval Manual on Pastoral Ministry

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CUA Press, Sep 19, 2011 - History - 350 pages
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Guido of Monte Rochen's Handbook for Curates became the most popular pastoral manual at the close of the Middle Ages as thousands of copies were printed in Europe.
 

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Contents

Authors Letter
3
Prologue
5
The Sacraments and Their Administration
9
The Sacrament of Penance
157
Basic Catechesis
271
Here begins the table of the book called Handbook for Curates
307
Authors and Sources Cited in the Handbook for Curates
315
Selected Bibliography of Principal Works Cited
325
General Index
329
Index of Scripture
347
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Anne T. Thayer is the Paul and Minnie Diefenderfer Professor of Mercersburg and Ecumenical Theology and Church History at Lancaster Theological Seminary.Katharine J. Lualdi is professor of history and on the faculty of the Honors Program at the University of Southern Maine. Thayer and Lualdi share an interest in late medieval and early modern Christianity, particularly at the parish level, and have collaborated on the edited volume Penitence in the Age of Reformations

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